The history of stationery binding 1300-1960

18 March 2013, 13:00 - 14:00

Speakers:
Fred Bearman
Organised by:
Warburg Institute
Event Type:
Lecture
Venue:
Warburg Institute
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This is a joint UCL Special Collections - Warburg Institute event. Fred Bearman is about to publish a book on the history of stationery binding. He has a background in conservation and hands-on knowledge of books and manuscripts. This lecture will appeal primarily to conservators and bibliographers.

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